Hey guys I'm not an urologist or anything but over the years I've been thinking about the nature of the foreskin and the frenulum and how they both affect the growth of the penis.
Normally if you are circumcised, the frenulum is often removed along with the foreskin..some doctors would rather preserve this tissue and only remove the foreskin....i was circumcised 3 weeks ago but mine was left intact even though I requested to have it removed.
But I've been observing the nature of these tissues and what i realize is that penises without a frenulum, or is rather detached from the head/glands tends to have a larger appearance than that of an intact frenulum. However to my basic knowledge I could only conclude that because the frenulum is constantly tugging on the glands it restricts it from stretching to its potential size. Even though genes plays an important role I don't think that's mostly the case.
I'm 19 and I've been living with an intact frenulum all my life and my penis is 3 inches flaccid. But I've noticed that my peers without a frenulum is much larger than me both flaccid and erect. I do have a good size when erect though it just has a skinny shape instead of a more fat, prominent gland as notice with other guys. I'm really depressed about this because it's has dropped my self confidence for as long as I can remember. Plus I'm a black male and in my ethnicity we're known to have HUGE cocks. I dont know if im right but I think I am.
I'll try to apply some compound w in the frenulum area and see if that will solve my problem since I've tried frenulum tying and it didn't worked out well.